As the football season gets on track, the technical upgrades for electronic devices have also begun. The NFL has enhanced its Game Rewind service for fans by adding free apps for Android tablets and Apple’s iPad.
The app, which requires an existing subscription to the streaming service, will allow viewers to watch games in their entirety after they air.
Game Rewind allows subscribers to watch any NFL game from the 2012 season in high definition after its live broadcast, view Super Bowl archives, and analyze plays using the Coaches Film and All-22 Film features.
If you opt for better subscription tiers, you will be granted access to last year’s playoffs and all games from 2009 to 2011. You will be able to watch full games without commercial breaks, or you can watch condensed versions where the entire games can be watched in an average of 30 minutes.
There are quite a few restrictions regarding games replay. Monday night games would be available 24 hours after they have been telecast, and the service would be unavailable during Sunday and Monday night matches.
The service is a pretty good deal if you’re a football fan. You can choose to follow just your team for $35 or all teams in the season for $40. For $70, you get access to all the games including the playoffs, Super Bowl, and free access to the Coaches Film.